Sothis


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Synonyms for Sothis

the brightest star in the sky

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Every year around the time of the Nile River floods, Sothis would rise in the early morning sky after a long absence.
Sothis might be the beginnings of realism returning to the transfer market in this country.
The results we have suggest that a cult of Sothis developed in Ethiopia with the arrival of Judaism and the Ark of the Covenant and continued until 600 CE," the announcement said.
David Lockwood, one of the fundraisers, said: "We started raising money for Kirkwood Hospice in2000 sothis yearwill be our eighth.
In fact, the 1,461-year period it took for the Egyptian calendar to progress all the way back to synchronicity with Sirius and the seasons became known as the Sothic Cycle (after Sothis, the Greek name for Sirius, which was deified in the form of the Egyptian fertility goddess Sopdet).
Incarnazione stessa della nera terra d'Egitto bagnata e resa fertile dal Nilo-Osiride, essa viene prima identificata con un'altra dea egizia dalle connotazioni <<agrarie>>, Sothis, quindi con la greca Demetra.
So far, over 200,000 people have completed this programme and a million more are predicted to do sothis year.
Communique from the Ministry of Mines, Industry, and Energy, announcing the completion of drilling in the exploratory well EG-01-1, in the Sothis Prospect of Block EG-01, operated by Oleo&Gas, in the River Muni basin.
Sothis year you can be the one at the Christmas party saying, "Look at the weight I've lost", rather than the usual theme -"If only I had lost some weight".
I was prescribed Champix again - this was my last chance as I will never get this drug again as it is prescription only sothis hasmade it easier for me as I am determined to do it.